Sustainability in IT and project management

'Sustainability in...' talks

Thursday 27 May 2021   18:00 to 19:00

Speakers:

Dr Mario Špundak, Associate Fellow of Green Templeton College and Head of IT Applications Development and Projects at Saïd Business School

Location:

Virtual Event

Associate Fellow Dr Mario Špundak delivers the first of the ‘Sustainability in…’ talks, focusing on sustainability efforts in the fields of IT and project management.

This is a virtual event. Registration details can be found on this page.

Please direct any questions to constanze.cavalier@gtc.ox.ac.uk and lore.purroy@gtc.ox.ac.uk.

About the ‘Sustainability in…’ talks

Sustainability is becoming an important subject in every field and profession. These talks aim to find speakers who can highlight their efforts in sustainability in their field and identify the challenges and opportunities in their disciplines to give the opportunity to open a discussion around sustainability in their field.

Speakers will either talk about their personal experiences in their work, give wider information about the field in general, or a combination of both.

The ‘Sustainability in…’ talks are supported by a Green Templeton College academic grant and organised by Green Templeton College students Constanze Cavalier and Lore Purroy Sanchez, who are the Environment Officers of the Graduate Common Room (GCR).

Find out more about sustainability at Green Templeton College.

About the speaker

Mario SpundakDr Mario Špundak is an Associate Fellow of Green Templeton College and Head of IT Applications Development and Projects at Saïd Business School, University of Oxford.

He has a diverse international experience in IT and project management, working previously in IT delivery and telecommunications industries and has been an expert advisor for the European Innovation Council Accelerator (EU SME Instrument).

Working on the intersection of technology (computer science) and project management, his professional and research interest revolves around the question on benefits realisation and strategy delivery through technology innovation projects as well as the adoption of adaptive and agile approaches to deliver those projects. He has created and taught graduate courses on Agile Project Management as well as Programme and Portfolio Management and has contributed to the standards in the project management field.

He is a Project Management Institute Leadership Institute Master Class alumnus and has served on various roles with PMI for over a decade, among others as the lead of the Technology Member Advisory Group and the chair of the Board Volunteer Advisory Group.

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Type: Lectures and Seminars

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